You will not be disappointed; this is splendid entertainment.
- The Guilt Trip review by DW
Full of humour & some emotion too. Lots of improv from both leading actors on top of their games, their synergy makes this film special. This is not the usual domineering Jewish mother routine even if she holds to the view that "Yes, we could do it your way but my way is best".
Here are two aspects which alone make the watching of this film thoroughly worthwhile.
1. Towards the end there's a scene in which a name is revealed: a terrifically moving moment.
2. Stick with the closing credits because there's a mini-screen running un-seen scenes of mom & son in the dinky little car.
PS. I wonder if this is how Peter Kay got the inspiration for his brilliant "Car share".
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